I just read more on TUAW blog and really do wonder what will happen to subscription services like Rhapsody and Netflix, let alone Kindle and Nook, i use all of these services on either the Ipad or my Touch. Rhapsody has said they can't deal with the 30% so will remove their app (assuming no negotiation for a different deal for them). So--i'm wondering what happens to those of us with these apps and subscriptions. Does it mean the apps stop working or that they just won't have an app presence in the store for new purchases? I've even wondered about thr Apple TV and Netflix. An app isn't involved but nonetheless one of the main reasons for most buying the Apple TV is to stream Netflix. If I can't stream Netflix to my Ipad to watch while traveling or on my exercise bike, can't stream Rhapsody (or similar subscription music which can be downloaded for offline listening) to my Touch, can't use the Kindle or Nook app to read---that will definitely push me away from the Ipad. I reslly thought Apple would approach this differently, esp. now with other tablets in the wings but they don't seem to be backing down. OR are they juet exerting themselves to negotiate some sort of a deal with these big vendors??